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ASP.NET MVC 2 - What's New?

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Malcolm Sheridan

on 24 May 2010

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What's New? Malcolm Sheridan
ANZ Even More!
Data annotation validation
Client and server validation based on annotations Organisation
Easily partition your project
Great at separating chunks of code Security
Auto HTML encoding
New <%: %> syntax
Html Helpers return MvcHtmlString

JsonResult secure by default
Does not respond to GET by default What's going to make your more productive?

Strongly Typed Helpers
Intellisense support for common tasks
Lambda expressions

Templated Helpers
Provides runtime scaffolding
Built in editor and display templates
Easy to customise
Cool Features & Tidbits
HttpMethodOverride & REST
Shortened HTTP verbs
ChildActionOnly actions Productivity
Cool features &
other tidbits

MVC 2 is great and
you should use it now! New empty MVC 2
project template! Thanks for coming!!

Malcolm Sheridan
twitter.com/malcolmsheridan So what have you learned today?

Increased productivity through strong typed HTML helpers
and template customisation
Centralised client & server validation
New security features including auto HTML encoding & secure JSON requests
Separarting project sections into areas
Implementing a RESTful approach in MVC
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